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Oct 17, 2020

AEMO takes lead role in global consortium seeking rapid energy transition

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Audrey Zibelman says “facts and reality” are focus of AEMO, which is leading creation of new global partnership pushing “rapid clean energy transition of unprecedented scope.”

Oct 16, 2020

Underwater Ocean Turbines: A New Spin on Clean Energy?

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Circa 2014


A team of scientists is building underwater turbines to capture energy from ocean currents.

Oct 16, 2020

US highways have significant solar potential

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Utilizing lands for Right of Ways of Interstate Highways offer a lot of solar potential.


From pv magazine USA

As more states establish renewable energy mandates and expand the penetration of solar onto their grids, officials and developers are finding that locating land for these projects can be tricky. A new study released by the University of Texas at Austin’s Webber Energy Group looks to solve some of these siting issues by using publicly available and underutilized land at interstate exits.

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Oct 14, 2020

Shenzhen’s tech hub status turbocharged by Beijing’s plan to introduce digital yuan, big data protections

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Jointly issued by the Chinese Communist Party and the State Council on Sunday, the measures targeting the tech sector are an important part of Beijing’s 2020–2025 plan for the city, which include pilot reforms in areas from finance and energy to education and transport.


Beijing’s plan doubles down on hopes that Shenzhen will become a global leader in technology and finance and a showcase for Xi’s vision of an ideal Chinese society.

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Oct 14, 2020

Squeezing light inside memory devices could help improve performance

Posted by in categories: energy, nanotechnology

Researchers have developed a method to ‘squeeze’ visible light in order to see inside tiny memory devices. The technique will allow researchers to probe how these devices break down and how their performance can be improved for a range of applications.

The team, led by the University of Cambridge, used the technique to investigate the materials used in random access memories, while in operation. The results, reported in the journal Nature Electronics, will allow detailed study of these materials, which are used in devices.

The ability to understand how structural changes characterize the function of these materials, which are used for , ultra-responsive devices called memristors, is important to improve their performance. However, looking inside the 3D nanoscale devices is difficult using traditional techniques.

Oct 14, 2020

This New Hyundai Car Runs On The Poop Of California Residents, And The Fuel Is Free

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With hydrogen supplied by Orange County’s sewage treatment plant and paid for by the car manufacturer, a new fuel cell vehicle is actually hitting the market in Los Angeles.

Oct 14, 2020

Amazing Waterotor Energy Technologies — Hydroelectric power Productions

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Oct 14, 2020

Energy recycling heats up

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Circa 2016


Scientists have developed a novel system that recovers energy normally lost in industrial processes.

Each year, energy that equates to billions of barrels of oil is wasted as heat lost from machines and industrial processes. Recovering this energy could reduce energy costs. Scientists from Australia and Malaysia have developed a novel system that is designed to maximize such recovery.

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Oct 14, 2020

This giant tower is an enormous battery for renewable energy

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Power tower.

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Oct 13, 2020

Mercedes-Benz eCitaro Uses All-Solid-State Batteries From BlueSolutions

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Mercedes-Benz used the LMP all-solid-state batteries on the eCitaro, but it is not like it used to be, according to BlueSolutions. Check their evolution.

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